TWO HUNDRED AND NINE

From How to Construct a Time Machine, at MK Gallery. (via happyfamousartists). The show’s title is taken from an 1899 text by the avant-garde French writer, Alfred Jarry, written in direct response to H. G. Wells’ science fiction novel The Time Machine (1895). Wells invented and popularised a distinctively modern, fictional concept of time travel, with the time machine asContinue reading “TWO HUNDRED AND NINE”